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Cat burned in apartment fire up for adoption

Bella. (Arizona Humane Society Photo)

PHOENIX -- A cat that was burned in a fire at a Phoenix apartment complex is ready for adoption, the Arizona Humane Society said Monday.

Bella, a 4-year-old cat, also lost one leg because of her injuries.

The cat will be put up for adoption Tuesday at noon at AHS' Sunnyslope Campus, located at 9226 N. 13th Ave. in Phoenix. Adoption fees are $40 and includes spaying surgery, vaccinations, a follow-up with a veterinarian, a collar and a carrier.

If more than one person wants to adopt Bella, a drawing will be held.

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